Spain to pitch Gibraltar business’
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Ceuta the spanish North-African enclave is already moving in on the uncompliant iGaming companies in the British enclave of Gibraltar.
Along with the Melilla territory, the enclave of Ceuta is on the verge of establishing itself as an iGaming hub to attract the Gibraltar based iGaming companies to the Spanish territories. Gibraltar’s problem are caused by the Brexit.
The Spanish government has already announced a 10% tax rate for online gambling companies basing their operations in Ceuta and Melilla, matching the Gibraltar rates. And land-based operators with type B and C gaming machines, bingo and table games will also enjoy a 10 per cent rate – half the current level.
Source: European Gaming Industry News